(Adds details, background) KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 1 (Reuters) - The United States voiced confidence on Wednesday of reaching a deal with Malaysia on the thorny area of government procurement in free-trade talks. Malaysia is barred from a potential $250 billion in U.S. government procurement of goods and services until it further opens up its own procedures, which Kula Lumpur uses to help ethnic Malay businesses under affirmative-action policies. "The first two days of the negotiations have ...
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